Hair color always makes a statement, as salon professionals know. According to the creative leaders at KEVIN.MURPHY, today's trending color message is more of an exhale than a shout. They point to contemporary neutrals inspired by "feeling confident in your own skin" and are helping salons bring the trend to life with COLOR.ME NUDES.
The wedding industry was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Bridal hairstylist, Nikia Chanel reveals her road map for beauty and business success in 2021.
For most salons, 2021 marks the road to recovery, but getting your business back on track will require a shift in leadership focus and a keen understanding of how today's consumers behave. These seven steps will help you create and maintain a booming business in 2021.
A Chicago salon owner gives a glimpse into how she prices her hair extension services and shares a true look at the revenue opportunities based on her team’s hourly rates and the three Hotheads hair extension methods: tape-in, sew-in weft, and Keraflex™ strand-by-strand.
For the 40% of clients who desire texture in their hair, Goldwave's NuWave is an in-salon, semi-permanent, shape-changing service that leaves hair feeling as good as it looks--the perfect new service to boost revenue.
Part of cultivating a well-lived life is joining together to protect the planet that we all call home. In honor of Earth Day, here’s a glimpse into the ways stylists can help keep the planet beautiful – all while making people beautiful.
How you market to your clients has changed since the pandemic. Beauty 360's Allyson King shows you three strategies to capture your client's attention, energize them into action and boost your retail sales.
Whether you're creating your own private label brand or are in the process of deciding on which new lines to bring in this year, these top trends in product label design may sway some of your decisions.
As a recent panelist on SALON TODAY's webinar about different compensation models, Jen LeBlanc described how she manages a commission-based salon and a salon suite business, located in the same shopping plaza. Our listeners had more questions for LeBlanc than we had time for, so she graciously answers them here.
This pandemic forced change for a lot of people. It made us question everything in our lives; our careers, our priorities, even where we live in the world. Huge changes had to happen and we had to pivot to remain relevant. The interesting thing is that out of a horrific, scary situation wonderful new opportunities were born.